The CIA declassified Cold-War-era documents

Thursday, 28 June 2007, 1:06 AM EST

The CIA has made public the details of its illicit Cold-War-era activities, including spy plots, assassination attempts and experiments with drugs.

Documents declassified on its website include plans to use Mafia help to kill Cuba's Communist leader Fidel Castro. They reveal the extent to which the CIA spied on US journalists and dissidents and on the Soviet Union.

At the BBC.

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